Cons Gen of India, Toronto to organize Consular Camp in Brampton on Aug 7

Asha Bajaj
2 min readJul 29, 2021

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Toronto/Canadian-Media: Consulate General of India, Toronto will be organizing Aug 7 a Consular Camp in Brampton to address and resolve various consular-related queries/issues viz. Passport, Visa, OCI, Attestation, PCC, Surrender Certificate and Life Certificate, etc.

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The details are given below:

Venue for Consular Camp: Jagannath Mandir Toronto, 9893 Torbram Road, Brampton, ON L6S 6J1

Date & Time: Saturday, 7th August, 2021; 10:00 AM to 01.00 PM

Contact person at the given location: Ms. Maninder Bhatia; Phone: 416–801–7172

In view of the recent lifting of lockdown in Ontario, the Consulate General of India has decided to organize Consular Camps to resolve various queries and issues for the Indian Diaspora at a more convenient location in Brampton.

The Indian Diaspora is requested to take advantage of the Consular Camp to resolve their consular issues in person. Please note that the Consular Camp is meant to resolve any long-pending issues and is not repeat NOT meant to provide the consular services at the venue. However, the applications, if found in order, will be approved for submission at the BLS Centers, respectively. Applicants are requested to bring their original passport and PR Card with them for verification.

Given the COVID-19 situation and to contain its further spread, all applicants who will be visiting the Consular Camp at the above location are requested to follow the health norms prescribed by the Provincial Government of Ontario, including restrictions on number of people assembling at a given time, face-mask covering in public places. Applicants are also requested to follow the directives of the Organizers at the Temple for smooth operations and movement of people. We seek your cooperation to serve you better.

Consulate General of India Toronto advises all not to visit the Consular Camp venue if you are suffering from COVID-19 or have symptoms like fever, cough, sneezing and running nose or if you have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days.



Asha Bajaj

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